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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 May 2019

* Household Radar Can See Through Walls and Knows How You’re Feeling >>
* Tiny Robots Carry Stem Cells Through a Mouse >>
* Amazon’s Textract AI can read millions of pages in a few hours >>

* Alphabet’s balloons broadcast LTE two days after Peruvian quake >>
* Apple, Google, Microsoft, WhatsApp sign open letter condemning GCHQ proposal to listen in on encrypted chats >>
* I flew the Millennium Falcon and it was good >>

* Wild bees’ nest made entirely out of plastic discovered in Argentina >>
* DeepMind’s AI gamer is a better teammate than human players >>
* Ultrahaptics Buys Finger Tracking Company Leap Motion >>

* Ekasbo’s Matebot may be the cutest cat robot yet created >>
* Facial recognition is coming to US schools, starting in New York >>
* Ferrari’s first production plug-in hybrid is its fastest supercar yet >>

* Building a rocket in the garage >>
* a16z Podcast: A Mortgage for a Cure >>
* Apple Wwdc 2019: Mac Pro, Ios 13, Marzipan, And What Else To Expect >>
* What to expect from Apple’s WWDC 2019 iOS, MacOS, health and some hardware >>

* 5G has arrived in the UK, and it’s fast >>
* Facebook filed a patent for a drone made of kites >>
* Field Notes: Highlights from Huawei >>

* Damaged sense of smell fixed in mice by squirting stem cells up nose >>
* A type of African mole rat is immune to the pain caused by wasabi >>
* A cure for one of the world’s deadliest viruses? Experimental drug protects four monkeys from lethal dose of Nipah >>

* NBC targets millennials with launch of new free streaming news service >>
* Rokid’s Vision AR headset has a 3D stereo display >>

* Gogo will offer 5G in-flight internet in 2021 >>
* Open Insulin, Sonification of Data, Security UX, and Advanced Data Structures >>
* Making Empathy Central to Your Company Culture >>

* Google won’t allow marijuana delivery apps in the Play Store >>
* Google Maps adds ability to see speed limits and speed traps in 40+ countries >>
* Google will let enterprise users escape Chrome’s ad-blocking restrictions >>

* Sensor-packed glove learns signatures of the human grasp >>
* IEEE Bans Huawei From Peer-Reviewing Papers, Chinese Scientists Quit To Protest >>
* Less than 1 year after launching its corporate card for startups, Brex eyes $2B valuation >>

* Concierge fertility services >>
* We need to talk about how population growth is harming the planet >>
* About 5.3 Billion People on Earth Aged Over 15. Of These, Around 5 Billion Have a Mobile Phone. >>

* Amazon Debuts a New Echo Show Amid Alexa Privacy Concerns >>
* Amazon Patent Reveals Plans To Allow Alexa To Listen, Record Users At All Times >>
* Don’t Break Up Facebook — Treat It Like a Utility >>

* Network monitoring in the hybrid cloud/multi-cloud era >>
* Nreal’s mixed reality glasses will cost $499 and ship this year >>
* PCI Express 5.0 Announced With 32GT/s Transfer Rates >>

* Paid Dropbox users are getting 1TB more storage space today >>
* Forget rampant killer robots: AI’s real danger is far more insidious >>
* Gym class where Muslim women can take off their hijabs >>

* Google Assistant can now control GE’s smart microwaves >>
* Every future Xbox game Microsoft makes for PC will launch on Steam, too >>
* How introvert bosses can manage extroverts without stressing out >>

* Scientists bioengineer human liver disease in the lab to find new treatments >>
* Yes, India’s Economy Is Growing, but Can You Trust the Data? >>
* How AI Might Help Us Decode Our World >>

* Researchers crack an enduring physics enigma >>
* US will have to Out Innovate China in Long Term of Technology Competition >>
* 100 Years Ago Today, a Total Solar Eclipse Experiment Confirmed Einstein’s Theory of Relativity >>

* Astronomers are Finding Binary Pairs of Stars Thrown out of Galaxies Together >>
* Breakthrough Needed? Starshot Interstellar-Flight Project Faces Challenges >>
* US and Japan to Cooperate on Return to the Moon >>

* China Finishes Second European EPR Reactor and Building a Reactor for Argentina >>
* China Publishes Research on Competitive 3-Nanometer Chip >>
* Fully 3D Printed Rocket Engine in Just 3 Parts and Full Printed Rocket in 60 Days >>

* MYRRHA Accelerator Driven Fission System Will Shorten Nuclear Waste Life by 1000 Times >>
* Should We Build Multi-Generational Spaceships? >>
* New study asks: Should we replace mental health meds with exercise? >>

* Xi calls for bolstering reform and development >>
* US faces severe credibility crisis as it frequently breaks promises >>
* The Slack origin story >>

* Reniqua Allen The Story We Tell About Millennials And Who We Leave Out >>
* Wrika Hamden What It Takes To Launch A Telescope >>

* CI + CD + Release Orchestration – See Why It’s Better Under One Roof >>
* GitLab Updates Advance Its CI/CD Platform >>
* Use the Same Certificate Process Across Your DevOps Toolchain >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 May 2019

* Human Reflexes Help MIT’s HERMES Rescue Robot Keep Its Footing >>
* If DARPA Has Its Way, AI Will Rule the Wireless Spectrum >>
* A Wearable That Helps Women Get / Not Get Pregnant >>

* The all-electric Honda e is bringing its side view mirrors inside >>
* Media & Telecoms Companies Reveal “Self-Learning” Anti-Piracy System >>
* Meet your robotic golf caddie, ‘Tempo Walk’ >>

* Why astronomers are worried that SpaceX’s satellite network will pollute the night sky >>
* iRobot’s new cleaning robots can team up to vacuum and mop your house >>
* AutoX’s Professor X on the State of Automotive Autonomy – Ep. 87 o >>

* Microsoft teases a ‘modern OS’ with ‘seamless updates’ >>
* Microsoft brings ability to turn photos of table data into Excel spreadsheets to iOS >>
* Brain scans reveal magic mushroom drug enhances mindfulness meditation >>

* Fitbit devices can pay for your NYC bus or subway ride >>
* Exploding Stars Led To Humans Walking On Two Legs, Radical Study Suggests >>
* Amazon unveils the $90 Echo Show 5 >>

* AI Will Conquer Humor and Creativity >>
* Buddy the Social Robot is Somehow Not Dead Yet >>
* Seaborg Molten Salt Reactor Will Fit on A Truck and Cost Less Than Coal Power >>

* Banks find that investing in Android pays off >>
* Drugs That Boost Our Circadian Rhythms Could Save Our Lives >>
* Tanzania Builds a Drone Industry From Local Know-How and Bamboo >>

* Why Women Are Called ‘Influencers’ and Men ‘Creators’ >>
* Breast cancer spreads through the body in just two or three waves >>

* Huawei asks court to declare US government ban unconstitutional >>
* Huawei’s Ace In the Hole: Undersea Cables >>
* US Sanctions on Huawei May Fuel China’s Plan for Its Own Tech >>
* Life at Huawei: Trains, European Design, and Lunch Naps >>

* Titanic Galactic Collision Left One Galaxy Twisted and Warped, Hubble Reveals >>
* Parts of the Navajo Nation Are Still Off the Grid—but That’s Changing >>
* Yes, You Can Write an Awesome Game in Just 10 Lines of Basic >>

* SpaceX, NASA Finish Cleaning Up Site of Crew Dragon Spacecraft Explosion >>
* Scientists Cook Up a New Way to Make Breathable Oxygen on Mars >>
* Momentum Grows for Nuclear Thermal Space Propulsion >>

* This AI Uses Echolocation to Identify What You’re Doing >>
* To Fight Deepfakes, Researchers Built a Smarter Camera >>
* Uber could give you the option to ‘favorite’ drivers >>

* A Study of More Than 250 Platforms Reveals Why Most Fail >>
* Hypersonic passenger jet aims to fly from New York to London in 90 minutes >>
* Pivotal adds OpenJDK support to Spring in response to ‘concerns’ around Oracle’s Java >>

* The challenges of truly embracing cloud native >>
* The end of mobile; Mobile Eats The World >>
* Robustness Principle, End of Mobile, Beautiful Hack, and Autonomous Radios >>

* SpaceX Raptor Engine Will Be Best on Cost and Nearly Best on ISP >>
* A challenge to stimulate local news in North America >>
* The Biggest Announcements From Computex 2019 (So Far) >>

* Astronauts Are Heading Under the Sea to Test Moon Mission Tech >>
* Astronomers Catch Distant Star Producing Massive Flare and Plasma Blob >>
* Men, Women … and Mars: How Gender Diversity Is Key for Success on the Red Planet >>

* Mediatek’s 5G chipsets are ready for cheaper next-gen phones >>
* Logitech’s new stylus is built for VR >>
* Google Marketing Platform Partners now available globally >>

* The World Economic Forum Wants To Develop Global Rules for AI >>
* We Need to Build Up ‘Digital Trust’ in Tech >>
* You can now ask Alexa to delete your voice history >>

* First Look At Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, Disneyland’s $1b New Attraction >>
* ‘Pasta’-Like Rocks Could Be Signs of Life on Mars, Study Says >>
* African elephant poaching is falling at last – but it’s still too high >>

* Couple hire Robot AI powered automated photographer >>
* Chinese startup begins mass-producing self-driving delivery vans in world’s first, and could roll out as many as 30,000 per year >>
* No one can be truly anonymous ever again thanks to genetic sequencing >>

* Should you give your data to a period tracker or smart breast bump? >>
* Smart glove works out what you’re holding from its weight and shape >>
* SpaceX’s bright Starlink satellites are upsetting astronomers >>

* Chemists build a better cancer-killing drill >>
* Google ‘shadowforce’ temps now outnumber full-time workers >>
* Traders have a $1.5 billion bet riding against Uber >>

* What’s Telling About Telomeres (and the Aging Process) >>
* Edge AI Going Beyond Voice and Vision >>
* The Making of the 5G Standard >>

* The Military Is Locked in a Power Struggle With Wind Farms >>
* New Zealand’s New Visa Program Requires Positive Energy and a Business Plan >>
* Optimization Smackdown: Hustle Porn vs. Zen Porn >>

* The town that online shopping built — and women are trying to save >>
* Is it time to revive the rumors that Apple will buy Tesla? Here’s why one expert thinks so >>
* Logitech made a VR stylus you can use on a table or in the air >>

* US-China trade war energy deal may not be the easy win it appears to be >>
* Building China’s own chip industry will be a costly 10-year marathon, former Intel China MD says >>
* Serverless: A Modern Infrastructure >>

* Are Self-Service Machine Learning Models the Future of AI Integration? >>
* The Rise of Service Mesh Architecture >>
* Data: the New Currency That Accelerates Business >>

* Value Streams – Accelerate your DevOps Journey! >>
* Deploying Secure Modern Apps in Evolving Infrastructures >>
* Serverless Ruby on AWS Lambda with the Jets framework >>

* Volvo Invests In Varjo After Testing XR-1 Prototypes On The Road >>
* Docker Bug Allows Root Access To Host File System >>
* Top DevOps Skills Developers and Managers Need for Success >>

* Ferrari SF90 Stradale brings new hybrid tech to hypercar heights >>
* 0x Launch Kit Launch your own exchange or marketplace in minutes >>
* Elon Musk’s $49 Million Las Vegas Loop Makes Perfect Sense—for Las Vegas >>

* HP to install Israeli cybersecurity software in next-generation computers >>
* The Dark Forest Theory of the Internet >>
* Decentralized AI for the Rest of US >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 May 2019

* Sony built an IoT chip with a 60 mile range >>
* Smart Traffic Lights Know When Pedestrians Want to Cross the Street >>
* MacKenzie Bezos pledges to give away more than half her $37B fortune to charity and philanthropy >>

* SpaceX’s internet satellites could be a problem for astronomers >>
* SpaceX Starlink Satellite Simulations >>
* Watch: Lightning Bolt Strikes Russia’s Soyuz Rocket During Launch >>

* Google makes mobile-first indexing the default for all new domains >>
* Robot teaches itself to write in languages it’s NEVER SEEN before >>
* Artificial intelligence detects a new class of mutations behind autism >>

* Deep empathy: How AI can strengthen doctor-patient connections >>
* DJI launches a new onboard drone computer for enterprise users >>
* Health Care Benefits of Combining Wearables and AI >>

* Hollywood Is Quietly Using Ai To Help Decide Which Movies To Make >>
* ‘Pilots are losing their basic flying skills’: Concern after 737 Max crashes >>
* Space companies propose ways to fill low Earth orbit with commercial habitats >>

* Chinese start-up Neolix bets on robo-vans for deliveries >>
* a16z Podcast: Collectively Driving Change >>
* Cashless stores are the hot new thing. Now politicians are stepping in >>

* Watch Intel’s Computex 2019 keynote in 11 minutes! >>
* Watch everything from ASUS’ Computex 2019 press event in ten minutes! >>
* Food Delivery Apps Are Drowning China in Plastic >>

* The Huawei Sanction Might Just Pop the Tech Bubble >>
* 10 New Things I Learnt from fast.ai v3 >>

* SoundCloud buys artist distribution platform Repost Network >>
* How AI could tackle a problem shared by a billion people >>
* Apple finally updates the iPod touch with an A10 chip >>

* A digital ‘dress’ sold for $9,500 >>
* Tesla Has Over 10 Billion Miles of Self-driving Car Data to Zero for Ford >>
* Northeast China Made a Lot More Ozone-Destroying Gas >>

* AI and Supercomputing For Better Superconductors >>
* Two Female Monkeys Went to Space 60 Years Ago. >>
* Intel’s 10th-gen Core CPUs will let you game on ultraportables >>

* Giant Lasers Flash-Freeze and Crystallize Water to Reveal Superionic Structure >>
* Huawei accuses FedEx of diverting documents to the US >>
* Research Libraries, Disinformation Campaign, Unstructured Text Mining, and Building a PiDP-11 >>

* Algorithm Predicts Patient Survival In Intensive Care >>
* The enterprise service mesh ecosystem comes into focus >>
* Understanding the Space Economy >>

* Even dim candlelight before bed is bright enough to disrupt sleep >>
* Brain Scans Clarify Uncontrolled Emotion In Teenage Girls >>
* New Pacemaker Harvests Energy From The Heart >>

* Millennials ‘Make Farming Sexy’ in Africa, Where Tilling the Soil Once Meant Shame >>
* Scientists identify dozens of genes that could be key to our species’ evolution >>
* Will Flu’s ‘hidden Target’ Lead To A Universal Vaccine? >>

* Cancer cells are quick-change artists adapting to their environment >>
* For the first time, a gold nanoparticle loaded with CRISPR has been used to edit genes >>
* Dynamic pricing: Using digital and analytics to take value pricing in the chemical industry to the next level >>

* How Big Companies Can Simultaneously Run and Reinvent Their Businesses >>
* Why It’s Time To Think About Self-Driving Cars In Regards To Parking >>
* Live at Computex with the dp Rogy visit us at booth L0527A >>

* Meta’s augmented reality headset is getting rebooted at a new company >>
* AMD is releasing its 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPUs on 7/7 >>
* NZ Treasury was target of a sustained cyber attack with more than 2000 attempts to access its system within 48 hours >>

* CEO Borje Ekholm puts record straight on Ericsson’s 5G efforts amid Huawei woes >>
* IBM works on AI to detect chronic diseases like Parkinson’s, diabetes >>
* US should take a long, hard look in the mirror rather than blaming China >>

* A freshly divorced MacKenzie Bezos explains why she’s giving away most of her money >>
* Hammer and feather drop on moon >>
* How to Build a Company Culture That Will Last >>

* Amazon Is Poised to Unleash a Long-Feared Purge of Small Suppliers >>
* PSVR 2 Won’t Launch Alongside PS5, Sony Suggests >>
* No, Tesla Autopilot isn’t dangerous, but you have to use it correctly >>

* Broken by default: why you should avoid most Dockerfile examples >>
* Cloud Engineer >>
* Finding My Next Bootstrapped Business Idea >>

* Become a DevOps Pro: 11 Must-Attend Upcoming DevOps Conferences >>
* 5 Critical Setbacks in Agile Transformation >>
* What Is Visual Testing? A Definitive Answer [and Approach] >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 May 2019

* Morning After: AMD, NVIDIA and Intel do battle at Computex >>
* NVIDIA is giving away the ‘Quake II’ ray tracing demo on June 6th >>
* ARM’s latest chip designs promise 60 percent faster AI on phones >>

* The geometry of an electron determined for the first time >>
* Cooling wood: Engineers create strong, sustainable solution for passive cooling >>
* Chinese scientists develop transistors about the width of a human DNA strand >>

* In A World First, Scientists Change Snail’s Shell-Coiling Direction With CRISPR >>
* Domino’s rolls out AI pizza scanning technology to network of stores >>
* Chinese Developers Fear the Fallout From the Tech War Will Cost Them Access To GitHub >>

* All the Ways Google Tracks You—And How to Stop It >>

* Why The US Has No High-Speed Rail >>
* Why Business Schools Are Shutting Down Their MBA Programs >>
* ‘Boring Company’ Video Suggests Company Is Abandoning Underground Rails >>

* Patients of the future will be treated by virtual doctors, ‘health Waze’ >>
* What do you do after you 3D-print a heart? Go straight back to work, apparently >>
* Simple image compression full website code written in node, react and next.js framework. >>

* ‘Five Nines’ Are Dead: Long Live Intent-Based Computing >>
* If Waterfall and Agile Got Into a Bar Fight, Who Would Win? >>
* New superconductivity record edges closer to room temperature >>

* Monkeys use their ‘eagle’ call to warn each other about drones >>
* Qualcomm and Lenovo reveal the first Snapdragon-powered 5G PC >>
* Reminiz automatically indexes and tags videos in real time >>

* a16z Podcast: Collectively Driving Change >>
* Melinda Gates says US is ‘a long way from equality’ for women >>
* Running Elasticsearch on Kubernetes >>

* The future of dev analytics >>
* How AI & Automation Are Transforming Commerce >>
* How Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon are investing in AI >>

* Deep Learning Algorithms Are Expected To Boost Liquid Biopsy Techniques >>
* Mini-Microbes Thrive In Mars-like Conditions Here On Earth >>
* Self-driving technology makes progress in auto industry >>

* ‘Neural Lander’ uses AI to land drones smoothly >>
* Lunar Gold Rush Is About to Start—and We Could Exhaust the Solar System in Fewer Than 500 Years >>
* Colliding lasers double the energy of proton beams >>

* Raspberry-picking ROBOTS could replace migrant farm workers as British harvests are threatened by dwindling numbers of seasonal staff from Europe >>
* India’s FreshToHome raises $11 million to expand its fish, meat, and vegetable e-commerce platform >>
* Indian PM Narendra Modi’s Reelection Spells More Frustration For US Tech Giants >>

* Dyson Patent Applications Offer Hints at Its Electric Car >>
* AMD Unveils the 12-Core Ryzen 9 3900X, at Half the Price of Intel’s Competing Core i9 9920X Chipset >>
* Microsoft, Alphabet team up to teach quantum computer programming >>

* Apple exec dismisses Google CEO’s criticism over turning privacy into a ‘luxury good’ >>
* In China, a growing disquiet about US efforts to contain its tech champions >>
* China’s middle class growing desperate and anxious about US trade war impact >>

* Computer Scientists Expand the Frontier of Verifiable Knowledge >>
* How Leaders Around the World Build Trust Across Cultures >>
* Better Figures, Neal Stephenson, Reputation Inflation, Interactive Code >>

* Liftoff: the new race to the moon begins >>
* Configuration Plans for SOA Suite 12C >>
* The DevSecOps Equilibrium >>

* APOD: A Volcano of Fire under a Milky Way of Stars >>
* Could We Move the Entire Planet Earth to a New Orbit? >>
* How to See SpaceX’s Starlink Satellite ‘Train’ in the Night Sky >>

* AMD flexes 7nm muscle with a 12-core Ryzen 9 CPU and Radeon RX 5000 graphics cards >>
* AMD’s third-gen Ryzen 9 CPU is a 12-core powerhouse for $499 >>
* ARM’s Cortex-A77 CPU and Mali-G77 GPU will give your next phone a major performance boost >>

* Aladdin Soars to Box Office Win on Opening Weekend >>
* A Curious Sequence Of Prime Numbers >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 May 2019

* Watch HyQReal Robot Pull an Airplane >>
* Big Tech: Breaking Us Up Will Only Help China >>
* Organic matter from space preserved in 3.3-billion-year-old rocks >>

* Delivery App Orders Restaurants To Cook Almost Whatever You Want >>
* Electric air taxis, cannabis couture and more >>
* For Specialized Optimizing Machines, It’s All in the Connections >>

* Consequences of NSA code leaks hitting home. Ransomware attacks in US cities using a stolen NSA tool >>
* Boring Company Uses Tesla With Autopilot for 127 MPH Tunnel Speeds >>

* NASA’s Grand Plan for a Lunar Gateway Is to Start Small >>
* NASA Has a Full Plate of Lunar Missions (37) Before Astronauts Can Return to Moon >>

* Elon Musk Says It’s ‘So Far, So Good’ for SpaceX’s 1st 60 Starlink Satellites >>
* How an Inflating Universe Could Create a Multiverse >>
* I Built a Brain Computer Interface for Tackling ADHD in Children >>

* Video Friday: Robot Blows Up a Land Mine >>
* Radical SpaceX Starlink Satellite Designs Lower Costs by Three Times >>
* China Reveals Maglev Train That Nearly Doubles Speeds to 600 Kph (372 mph) >>

* Every Xbox One title will be playable on Project xCloud >>
* Facial-recognition will get ‘out of control’ – experts >>
* Elon Musk’s Boring Company wins contract to build Las Vegas tunnel >>

* Drones flown straight at aircraft to test collision avoidance tech >>
* Minecraft competition will challenge AIs to become expert engineers >>
* NASA picks Maxar to build the first piece of its lunar space station >>

* Face swap your dog with another animal: New AI can transform photo subjects into other SPECIES >>
* Why the future is Asian >>
* Scientists Project Holograms Into The Brain To Create Experiences >>

* Focusing on Cell Membranes to Fight Antibiotic Resistance >>
* Google integrates food delivery services into Search, Maps and Assistant >>
* Google’s ‘Translatotron’ translates your speech while retaining the sound of your voice >>

* iOS 13 wish list: New features we want to see at WWDC 2019 >>
* PlayStation R&D Head Outlines ‘Next-Gen’ VR Headsets: Increased Resolution, Wider FOV, HDR, Wireless, Eye-Tracking >>
* The Huawei Disaster Reveals Google’s Iron Grip on Android >>

* Growth, Kubernetes, rocket launches, gender in tech, and more Luckin Coffee >>
* Scientists discover signalling circuit boards inside body’s cells >>
* A new look at autonomous-vehicle infrastructure >>

* A new look at the declining labor share of income in the United States >>
* Bridging the gap between a company’s strategy and operating model >>
* How Gulf companies can overcome the five biggest challenges to their digital transformation >>

* Experts: enterprise IoT enters the mass-adoption phase >>
* Facebook has already removed more than 2 billion fake accounts this year >>
* The Collision that Created the Moon Might Have Also Brought Water to the Early Earth >>

* Indian PM Narendra Modi’s reelection spells more frustration for US tech giants >>
* Conservative leadership election: How is the next Tory leader and Prime Minister selected? >>
* India’s Economy Needs Tougher Reform. How Will Modi Use His Election Mandate? >>

* An Algorithm May Decide Who Gets Suicide Prevention >>
* Intel’s Core i9-9900KS CPU can run all eight cores at 5GHz >>
* The oceans are very slowly draining into the rock below Earth’s crust >>

* Algorithm Lets Robots Make Faster Sense Of Our Chaotic World >>
* Here’s Everything Coming to Amazon Prime Video in June 2019 >>
* Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in June 2019 >>

* Brain Circuits Link Our Learning And Decision-making >>
* Earth’s methane emissions are rising and we don’t know why >>
* Toward a new frontier in human intelligence the person centered approach >>

* Automakers have a choice: Become data companies or become irrelevant >>
* Amazon is reportedly working on an emotion-tracking Alexa wearable >>
* Apple Watch ECG is coming to Canada ‘as quickly as possible’ >>

* Cruise says its AV successfully completed 1,400 unprotected left-hand turns >>
* Developing artificial intelligence tools for all >>
* Chinese Game of Thrones Pirates Unaffected By US ‘Trade War’ >>

* Here’s the first teaser trailer for the new Star Trek: Picard series >>
* Robocrop: world’s first raspberry-picking robot set to work >>
* 3D-printed guns are back, and this time they are unstoppable >>

* Keanu Reeves goes viral again for all the right reasons >>
* SpaceX Starlink Will Equal Launch Revenue in 2020 and Will Make Elon the World’s Richest Person by 2023 >>
* Amateur Astronomers See ‘Blades’ on Jupiter’s Great Red Spot >>

* Dataset Mining Reveals New Planets >>
* India Readies Chandrayaan-2 Moon Mission for July Launch >>
* June 1878: Muybridge Photographs a Galloping Horse >>

* SpaceX Will Start Super Heavy Construction in Three Months >>
* Omnipotent Amazon >>
* SpaceX’s 60-Satellite Launch Is Just the Beginning for Starlink Megaconstellation Project >>

* Sen has Launched a 4K Video Stream to Space >>
* Boeing Completes Tests of Starliner Thrusters >>
* An Insulating Layer of Gas Could Keep a Liquid Ocean Inside Pluto >>

* New trailers: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Terminator: Dark Fate, Westworld, and more >>
* These new 3D printed titanium wheels are astonishing >>
* Why do some people have ‘two brains’? >>

* DreamWorks Is Also Coming Out With A Yeti Movie — Here’s The Trailer For ‘Abominable’ >>
* The first American city is about to try congestion pricing. >>
* Hackers reportedly used a tool developed by the NSA to attack Baltimore’s computer systems >>

* Elon Musk’s Boring Company staged a race between a Tesla in a tunnel and one on the road >>
* Microsoft reveals xCloud can stream up to 3,500 games from the cloud >>
* Chinese AI firms hunker down as reports indicate they are next on US export hit list >>

* Restricting Huawei backfires on U.S. interests, disrupts global telecom industry >>
* Nation’s nuclear power safe with tech breakthrough >>
* AI and IoT, Part 3: How to Apply AI Techniques to IoT Solutions — A Smart Care Example >>

* Evaluation of ML Algorithms for Intrusion Detection Systems >>
* Tom’s Tech Notes: Concerns With Containers [Podcast] >>
* Why You Should Use AWS to Build Cloud-Native Applications >>

* Digital Transformation Vital for Business Survival >>
* Reduce the Burden Of Managing SAP With Enterprise Identity Management >>
* To realize its VR dreams, Facebook needs to kill what Oculus has built >>

* Applications of Data Science and Machine Learning in Financial Services >>
* PlanetScale >>
* Investing in the Podcast Ecosystem in 2019 >>

* We Can’t Destroy Planet Earth >>
* How to set up a serious Kubernetes terminal >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 May 2019

* Samsung deepfake AI could fabricate a video clip of you from a single photo >>
* Students Rocket Reaches Space in Record-Setting Launch >>
* Elon’s Boring Company Will Start Vegas Tunnel in Two Months >>

* Amazon is reportedly working on an emotion-detecting wearable >>
* Notre Dame is unstable: a strong wind could make the walls collapse, report >>
* Airbus shares a glimpse of its flying taxi cockpit >>

* ScUber: Taxi app provides new window into Great Barrier Reef with submarine rides >>
* Sen Launched 4K Video Cameras Into Space. Here’s What They Saw. >>

* US widens its campaign against Chinese tech companies with eye on surveillance firms >>
* Rare earth elements aren’t the secret weapon China thinks they are >>

* First trailer for ‘Star Trek: Picard’ >>
* Terminator: Dark Fate’s first trailer sees Linda Hamilton’s return as Sarah Connor >>

* How SpaceX’s Starlink Internet Satellites Could Help Humanity Colonize Mars >>
* Watch SpaceX launch the first 60 satellites in massive Starlink internet constellation >>
* Amazon has turned warehouse tasks into a (literal) game >>

* Facial Recognition is Making Its Way To Cruise Ships >>
* Your commute just got easier with Google Pay and the Assistant >>
* Amazon shareholders reject facial recognition sale ban to governments >>

* Amazon’s Echo Wall Clock Is On Sale For the First Time Ever >>
* Designed for Digital: Two Business Transformations >>
* Book: Designed for Digital: How to Architect Your Business for Sustained Success – preorder Sep 2019 >>

* A technology blueprint for personalization at scale >>
* New Trend Report: Cool China: From Superpower to Global Superbran >>
* Elon Musk’s Starhopper will next jump to 16,400 feet as SpaceX ramps up the testing of the Tintin-like rocket >>

* Giving fruit flies your cancer’s mutations could guide your treatment >>
* Specially created animal ‘cancer avatars’ could personalise treatments >>
* Robots conduct daily health inspections of schoolchildren in China >>

* Scientists Find a Volume Knob for Emotional Memories >>
* Building and Running Your Own Serverless Apps on Jenkins X >>
* Anti-robocall bill passes almost unanimously in the Senate >>

* Reduce the Burden Of Managing SAP With Enterprise Identity Management >>
* CircleCI Adds Integration With Atlassian Jira >>
* Drones used to test water quality at Auckland’s most popular beaches >>

* Wait, why the hell is the ‘race to 5G’ even a race? >>
* Has Seattle Found the Solution to Driving Alone to Work? >>

* Just what is a “service mesh”, and if I get one will it make everything OK? >>
* Self-Driving Startup Aurora Buys Speed-Sensing Lidar Company >>
* What Apple’s WWDC 2019 invite teases about the next iOS and MacOS >>

* Stewart Brand on Reviving the Mammoth Steppe >>
* After 15 Years, The Pirate Bay Still Can’t Be Killed >>
* Modular Monoliths—A Gateway to Microservices >>

* India Successfully Launches RISAT-2B Earth-Observation Satellite >>
* This NASA Experiment Shows Promise for Farm-Fresh Foods in Space >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: May 22, 2019 – Dr. Susan Bailey of the NASA TWINS Study >>

* DJI Promises to Add “AirSense” to Its New Drones >>
* SpaceX Will Make Vacuum Optimized Raptor and Mass Producing at Three Per Day This Summer >>
* A new malaria vaccine begins testing in Malawi and more TED news >>

* Elon Musk’s The Boring Company will build a Las Vegas transport tunnel >>
* Serverless Computing London >>
* Even People Without Mathematical Training Experience The “Beauty” Of Maths >>

* Lawmakers call for regulation of facial recognition tech >>
* Hyperloop TT outlines how it should be regulated in Europe >>
* An engineer allegedly falsified inspection reports for SpaceX rockets >>

* Bubbles pop, downturns stop >>
* SpotMini Autonomous Navigation >>
* Building resilient operations >>

* Twenty-five years of digitization: Ten insights into how to play it right >>
* Measles Had Been Eliminated. Now It’s Nearly a Daily Threat >>
* Serverless and containers: Two great technologies that work better together >>

* Incredible footage reveals super-cooled water instantly freezing when poured out of a bottle >>
* Apple to host WWDC developers event with first peek at new iOS on June 3 >>
* Trade war with China could cost Apple dearly >>

* Physicists create prototype superefficient memory for future computers >>
* Adobe’s mobile video editing app Rush makes its way to Android >>
* Elon Musk says Tesla has a ‘good chance’ of record deliveries this quarter >>

* A few new features to try on your next video call with Google Duo >>
* Game of Thrones prequel: Everything we know so far >>

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* Ford Self-Driving Vans Will Use Legged Robots to Make Deliveries >>
* Scientists recreate a microscopic Mona Lisa using quantum paint on a canvas smaller than the width of a human HAIR >>
* Ultra-private Tor browser officially arrives on Android >>

* London Underground will track everyone’s Tube trip via WiFi >>
* Police-created smartphone app adds anti-groping feature to scare off molesters >>
* A world run with code >>

* ABB & Siemens Test Subsea Power Grids for Underwater Factories >>
* New Optimization Chip Tackles Machine Learning, 5G Routing >>
* Lunar tunnel engineers excited by boring Moon colonies >>

* SpaceX Preps Self-Driving Starlink Satellites for Launch >>
* DJI will add airplane and helicopter detectors to new drones in 2020 >>
* SpaceX’s Starhopper moves closer to its first flight >>

* Fabrics poised to become the new software >>
* A-High: How Grownetics Automates Cannabis Cultivation with Deep Learning – Ep. 85 >>

* Trade war: will China use ‘nuclear option’ of banning rare earth exports to US? >>
* High-stakes US-China showdown is hardly a game, but strategists see ‘game theory’ at work >>
* What Amazon, Facebook, Google and other US tech companies are really after in China – data, not just market access >>
* China offers five-year tax breaks to chip makers, software developers to bolster industry as trade war stretches to tech >>
* The case against Huawei, explained >>

* MIT’s ‘RoboRaise’ helps you lift things by studying your muscles >>
* Uber Eats may soon offer an unlimited delivery subscription >>
* In 2020, NASA Will Send Living Things to Deep Space for First Time Since Apollo >>

* The Dobox Mini Can Turn Your Ipad/Iphone Into A Full-feature Computer… With Ports! >>
* Car Owners Should Control Data Collected By Cars >>
* A new look for Google Search >>

* Drones may soon come with ‘spidey-senses’ to avoid dangerous obstacles as tiny detectors inspired by arachnid legs pick up on vibrations >>
* Drone can transform into a tiny car to slide under small gaps >>
* China confirmed as source of illegal ozone-destroying chemicals >>

* Continuous-Flow Reactor Could Potentially Help Speed Drug Discovery >>
* Tiny robot inspired by a bush baby can bounce THREE times higher than its own height >>
* App that allows passengers to silently raise alarm over train groping becomes big hit in Japan >>

* Research Using IBM Cloud and AI Sheds Light on Huntington’s Disease (HD) >>
* 3 Types of 3D Sensing for Smartphones and Self-Driving Cars >>

* Amazon prevails in battle with South American countries for ‘.amazon’ domain name >>
* Amazon’s system for tracking its warehouse workers can automatically fire them >>
* Amazon made social mini-games to make warehouse work less bland >>

* New Optimization Chip Tackles Machine Learning, 5G Routing >>
* UC Berkeley’s “Hyper-Aggressive Pogo-Stick” Robot Now Works Outdoors >>
* Unmanned Commercial Ships >>

* Can electric shocks to your brain give you the memory of a 20-year-old? >>
* Artificial intelligence becomes life-long learner with new framework >>
* Primordial Contact Binary 2014 MU69 >>

* All aboard the Windows Server container train as Google punts out Rapid Release GKE channel >>
* Mirantis teases Kubernetes-as-a-Service to terrorise bare metal, public clouds, everything in between >>
* A sixth of ridesharing cars have unfixed safety recalls >>

* ARM halts Huawei relationship following US ban >>
* California’s Senate may ban facial recognition tech in police body cameras >>
* Embedding AI in Business >>

* Software-Defined Memory, SQL Analyzer, Wolfram Engine, and Victims of Passion >>
* Generation Z is just entering the workforce. Here’s how to work with them. >>
* In Sweden you can roam anywhere you like, without the landowner’s permission >>

* Keanu Reeves Is ‘Canada’s Greatest Stuntman’ in New ‘Toy Story 4’ Trailer >>
* Udacity, Mercedes-Benz create sensor fusion nanodegree as demand for self-driving car engineers rises >>
* A Giant Hole in the Martian Atmosphere Is Venting All Its Water into Space >>

* First-Ever Image of a Terrestrial Gamma-Ray Burst Shows Light Exploding Out of a Thundercloud in Asia >>
* NASA Puts Mars 2020 Rover’s Space Ride to the Test (Photo) >>
* Planetary Society’s Light Sail 2 is Set to Launch on a Falcon Heavy Rocket Next Month >>

* There’s a Brand-New Kilogram, And It’s Based on Quantum Physics >>
* China Navy Versus the US Navy Now and Through 2030 >>
* DARPA Funds Ambitious Brain-Machine Interface Program >>

* Indonesian President Might Start Revolutionary ThorCon Reactor Project This Year >>
* IoT Can Make Construction Less of a Headache >>
* We Can’t Believe It’s A Robot That’s Making This Omelette >>

* MachineX: Artificial Neural Networks (Part 2) >>
* Mind Maps: A Visual Tool to Boost Your Time Management >>
* Automation Processes for a Distributed Workforce >>

* TED; Brittany Packnett How To Build Your Confidence And Spark It In Other >>
* TED: Bruce Friedrich The Next Global Agricultural Revolution >>
* TED: Hamdi Ulukaya The Anti Ceo Playbook >>

* China-Laos railway’s 1st bridge span completed over Mekong River >>
* Blue Origin and ULA are trying to intervene in SpaceX’s lawsuit against the government >>
* AI Engineers Have Recreated Joe Rogan’s Voice To A Tee, And We’re Terrified For The Future >>

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